On November 5, from the wee hours of the morning to mid-afternoon, 87 Landmark students volunteered to help at the 30th Annual Special Olympics State Soccer Championship held at the Governor's Academy in Byfield. The students were assigned a particular team, and they spent the day with that team, cheering them on during games, getting lunches for them, and hanging out with them between games. The acted as buddies to the team members and helpers for the coaches.
To a student, they were engaged... Read More
By the Numbers
Hundreds of parents and guardians descended on the High School and Elementary•Middle School campuses for fall Parents' Days. Take a look at these facts and stats about the event-packed days.
October 19 and 20
Number of families who attended: 277
Number of conferences: 2,216Sporting events: Boys varsity soccer, girls varsity soccer, varsity golf, girls varsity volleyballArt events: Gallery exhibit and Performing Arts ShowcaseReception at Headmaster Bob Broudo's... Read More
Landmark Boys are the 2017 EIL Champs - BY ONE POINT!!
As he's done all season Ryan Shea led the Vikings with a 4th place finish, followed by Alex Watty, running the best race of his season in 11th. Then came the pack, Isaiah Castellucci, Josh Thibeau, and Bryan Kellyclaimed 14th, 15th, and 19th respectively. Our 6 and 7 also stepped up with two huge races, John Early and Peter Laird finished 21st and 28th.
Landmark will be bringing a Varsity and JV team to Berwick Academy on Saturday to... Read More
Landmark School Girl's Varsity Soccer completed a tremendous season on November 2 with a decisive 5–0 win over Boston Trinity Academy in the Independent Girls Conference (IGC) Championship. Dozens of fans lined the field and filled the bleachers, cheering the girls to victory!
It's been decades since Landmark has sent their Girls Varsity Soccer squad to the IGC finals, so the pressure was on. The girls rose to the challenge.
In the first half, more than 15 minutes... Read More
It's 7:15 a.m. on our Elementary•Middle School campus and Karl Pulkkinen, Public School Liaison and 47-year Landmark veteran, is enjoying breakfast at a table in the small dining room right off the cafeteria surrounded by a chatty group of students. Every day the group is a little different. A few kids are regulars and others join depending upon when they get dropped off or whether there is a spirited basketball or dodge ball game underway outside.
There is no formality to the "club" nor do... Read More
We had a blast at Landmark's Fall Festival and Homecoming Saturday, October 14th. Thank you to our sponsors and everyone who joined us!
Highlights from the Day
More than 200 runners participated in our 5K Road Race
There were eight fun activities for kids and families, including face painting, donuts on a string, giant soccer, kids fun run, dunk tank, and more.
Nearly 70 alumni joined us for Homecoming and the 20+ Reunion.
Homecoming and Fall Festival Sponsors
Anastasia-Murphy Family... Read More
Landmark School’s blog, Landmark360.org, has launched a five-part series, What Is a Language-Based Learning Disability?, in conjunction with Dyslexia Awareness Month. Bob Broudo, the headmaster of Landmark School, wrote the first article, "What We Know About LBLD and Learning," which chronicles the early awareness of and research into Language-Based Learning Disabilities (LBLDs) and the subsequent developments in neuroscience, research, and direct experience that have led to an increased... Read More
Landmark students juggle many responsibilities each day: school, homework, sports, arts, community service, and often long commutes. Each year, 10 seniors add another time-consuming commitment to their schedules that requires travel, public speaking, and sharing personal stories. That role is being a Student Advocate.
The Advocates, led by faculty members Jason Mansfield, Jennifer O’Riordan, and Dan Ahearn deliver presentations to graduate and undergraduate education students at local... Read More
In September, Landmark welcomed once again a study group of Japanese educators, including two members who made a return visit from last year. Kazuki Tani, a professor at Tamagawa University in Tokyo, and Takayuki Ono, an elementary special education teacher, were part of a visiting group last September. This year, Professor Tani led a team of six educators. Their trip was part of a greater context of visits from Japanese special education professors, researchers, and teachers dating back four... Read More
The Landmark High School Visual Arts Department is thrilled to announce the inaugural Alumni Art Exhibit at the Inspiration Gallery. The exhibit will run from December 1, 2017, through January 13, 2018.
The Gallery is accepting submissions for 2D or 3D works from any and all visual artists who studied at Landmark. Works can include—but are not limited to—painting, sculpture, ceramics, textiles, jewelry, photography, drawing, printmaking, graphic design, etc. The exhibit is intended to... Read More